Aside from sexual harassment and the wage gap, women often have to find the balance between being overly friendly and passive or being too stern and considered "bossy." If you're a woman who has ever analyzed exactly how many exclamation points to use in an email before you come across as a manic cheerleader, you're not alone.
While there are certainly more opportunities for women in the workplace now, there's always more work to be done. Advocate for yourself, demand your worth and have confidence that you know what's best for your life and career path. When the founder of Riveter, asked women on Twitter about career advice they wished they had earlier, people everywhere were ready to share.